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L.A.B.E.L.S. - Learning And Building English Language Skills
My class needs one label maker, and two rolls each of white and clear label tape.
I teach special needs students that have a disability of mental retardation, autism or other health issues. My collaborating partner teaches English as a Second Language-ESL.
Labeling our classroom and surrounding areas will help our students build word association, vocabulary and spelling skills.
We are asking for your assistance in purchasing a label maker. Information is difficult to transfer when a teacher has to print a word from the computer and cut it out and tape it to the item. A label maker will assist the student with typing, spelling, and vocabulary building skills. Also, they can immediately see the word associated with the item.
We asking for a label maker to help support a print rich classroom for my special needs students and English as as Second Language learners. Seeing words around the room can help our visual and tactile learners build vocabulary.
This is a collaboration between myself and my colleague. I teach Special Education, and my fellow staff member teaches ESL-English as a Second Language to newcomers to the USA.
We teach beginning English language skills to students that learn differently than others. We both try to have a 'print rich' classroom; meaning words on objects in the room help to build vocabulary.
Having a label maker will help to label things. It will also help our students with spelling and vocabulary building. After all, vocabulary is essential to communicating wants and needs; not to mention real-life social conversations.
Please help us teach language skills with this fun, hands-on t
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